Fall 2000 Lecture Series

Germany and the United States: Exchanging Images and Ideas, 1750-2000

Shareholder Democracy: The United States and Germany in the Nineteenth Century 
September 21, 2000
Colleen A. Dunlavy (University of Wisconsin)

Nation as Plantation: Colonial Fantasies in Precolonial Germany
October 12, 2000
Susanne Zantopp (Dartmouth College)

Competing Modernities: Americans, Germany, and the Atlantic Progressive Connection, 1900-1930 
October 19, 2000
Daniel T. Rodgers (Princeton University)

German and American Soldiers in World War II: The Boundaries of Combat 
November 02, 2000
Gerald F. Linderman (University of Michigan)

The Ford Foundation, Germany, and the Congress of Cultural Freedom 
November 16, 2000
Volker Berghahn (Columbia University)

Race, Reproduction, and Transatlantic Negotiations of Nationality: African-American Occupation Children in Postwar Germany
December 07, 2000
Heide Fehrenbach (Emory University)